Ok here is why not to, I got the full front, fenders, mirrors, A-posts done the second day I brought my Outback home. Loved it, looks good, can hardly tell it's there on my white Outback.
My wife daily drives our Outback to work everyday, 54 miles each way, all highway with tons of road hazards, it's a battlezone with all the contstruction trucks and semi's. Anyway a truck kicked up a stone about the size of a quarter at 70 mph that actually slightly pierced the 3M Clear Bra material. The dime sized stone actually put a very noticible dent in the plastic front bumper to the left of the grille and headlight.
Put it this way, the Clear Bra did it's job as there is no scratch, but now there is a dent in the PLASTIC and the Bra material is slightly stretched and snagged. If I want to fix the dent of which will reqire paint and filler the old Bra will need to be removed, then bumper repaired and painted.
My wife will then have to take a chance for 30 days after after the repair because according to the Clear Bra installation companies you can't put a Clear Bra on surface that has been painted for 30 days or until the pain has to cure.
I had a car guy buddy tell me like this, unless this is a car that you are going to put in a museum and maybe take out and drive to a car show once in awhile (Which I doubt anyone will do with their Outback Lol) don't get a clear bra. Think about it like this, every car would be expected to have some rock chips at the end of say 5-7 years of ownership.
Here is what my Clear Bra looks like after a dime size rock got kicked up on the highway at 70 mph. This is also the VentureShield 3M material, I paid $800 for the entire kit two years ago. I had a conventional vinyl bra (The Old School ugly type) I would not have had any damage at all where the rock hit.